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Verse 1:
Flying across the desert in a twa
I saw a woman walking across the sand
She been a-walkin' thirty miles en route to L. A.
To get a brown eyed handsome man
Her destination was a brown eyed handsome man

Verse 2:
Milo Venus was a beautiful lass
She had the world in the palm of her hand
But she lost both her arms in a wrestling match
To get a brown eyed handsome man
She fought and won herself a brown eyed handsome man

Chorus:
Way back in history three thousand years
Back every since the world began
There's been a whole lot of good women shed a tear
For a brown eyed handsome man
That's what the trouble was brown eyed handsome man

Verse 4:
Beautiful daughter couldn't make up her mind
Between a doctor and a lawyer man
Mama told her daughter go out and find yourself
A brown eyed handsome man
Just like your daddy is a brown eyed handsome man

Verse 5:
Arrested on charges of unemployment
Sitting in the witness stand
The judge's wife called up the district attorney
Said free that brown eyed man
You want your job you better free that brown eyed man

Chorus:
Way back in history three thousand years
Back every since the world began
There's been a lot of good women shed a tear
For a brown eyed handsome man
That's what the trouble is brown eyed handsome man



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